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  • Sunday
    Feb  24
    Steel Bars and Real Scars
    Sunday, Feb 24th 2:00p to 4:00p
    Learn about the impact of incarceration on inmates and their families at this important presentation by the CSI Social Action Committee and California Prison Focus, a statewide advocacy group.

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  • Monday
    Feb  25
    Philosophy Circle: Origins of Modern Thought
    Monday, Feb 25th 7:00p to 8:30p
    We will reveal the thinkers and ideas influencing Jewish racial identity, the emerging Jewish State, post-Holocaust theology, feminism, new forms of worship, neo-Hasidism, and Judaism for the 21st century. Course instructed by Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan

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  • Monday
    Feb  25
    Jewish Book Club
    Monday, Feb 25th 7:00p to 8:30p

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  • Thursday
    Feb  28
    Tai Chi Easy™ for Beginners
    Thursday, Feb 28th 9:00a to 10:00a
    This practice helps increase joint flexibility, balance, circulation, range of motion and maintain muscle strength.

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  • Friday
    Mar  1
    Silly Spring Shabbat Dinner with Sherith Littles
    Friday, Mar 1st 5:00p to 6:00p
    Welcome Shabbat and share the warmth of being together for a vegetarian pizza and pasta family dinner for families with children ages 5 and under on the first Friday of every month. $18 per family.

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  • Friday
    Mar  1
    Musical Shabbat + Desert Roots with Dror Sinai
    Friday, Mar 1st 6:00p to 8:00p
    Musical Shabbat Service with Rabbi Jessica Graf, Cantor David Frommer, special guest percussionist/vocalist Dror Sinai, musical director, pianist/organist Jonathan Dimmock.

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  • Saturday
    Mar  2
    Solstice - Benefit Concert for Faith In Action
    Saturday, Mar 2nd 8:00p to 10:00p
    Join the award-winning female vocal ensemble Solstice for a benefit concert to support Faith in Action's work to defend immigrant families.

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  • Wednesday
    Mar  6
    Introductory Hebrew
    Wednesday, Mar 6th 6:30p to 8:00p
    Participants will learn to read and pronounce the letters of the Hebrew alef-bet. In addition familiarity with the prayerbook, basic blessings and core parts of the liturgy will be provided.

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  • Thursday
    Mar  7
    Reform Judaism in Tel Aviv: A report from the front lines
    Thursday, Mar 7th 7:00p to 8:30p
    We often envision Israel as a place of either secular or orthodox. Israeliness or a form of Judaism imported from eastern Europe of 100 years ago. But there is another story that happens away from the headlines and easy narratives. A growing cadre of Israelis are embracing progressive streams of Judaism, that reflects their values and builds community. Much like the Judaism we practice here at Sherith Israel. Come here about this growing movement in the heart of Tel Aviv. Mercaz Daniel is one of the largest Reform communities in Israel. Bringing many of the innovative practices of diaspora Judaism to the streets of the largest Jewish city in the world it has become a one-stop-shop; providing all religious services (ie. holiday/Shabbat, marriage, conversion, weddings, b'nai mitzvah), educational programming from infancy to seniors, and community programming - all under one roof. Under Rabbi Meir Azari's leadership, Beit Daniel has grown into the Daniel Centers for Progressive Judaism with three Kehilot throughout Tel Aviv-Jaffa. In 2007, the Daniel Centers opened Mishkenot Ruth Daniel in Jaffa, a guesthouse, cultural and seminar center that hosts 50,000 guests every year. Rabbi Azari was ordained by the Hebrew Union College, and received his B.A. in Jewish History and Political Science from Haifa University. Over the years, he has studied at Hebrew University, San Francisco University and the Graduate Jewish Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA.

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  • Friday
    Mar  8
    Robert Mnookin: The Jewish American Paradox
    Friday, Mar 8th 7:30p to 9:00p
    Literary Event with Author Robert Mnookin presenting The Jewish American Paradox

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